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Old Bailey Online research in New Zealand, and a full data source

With the approval of the Old Bailey Online team, I’m happy to report that the full dataset of the Old Bailey Online can be downloaded here: http://www.math.canterbury.ac.nz/~r.sainudiin/datasets/public/OldBailey/. More sources for the data are expected to follow but this seems a nice way to build on the work underway in New Zealand.

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Introduce data mining to your History course in 2 minutes

https://www.mashape.com/ offers Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) that perform common text analysis tasks, including the one we’ll use for this tutorial: Named Entity Recognition (NER). Text analysis is a good way to introduce students to data mining. You can use text documents, or a URL.

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Dr. James Smithies

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King's College London

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